January 26, 2021

3 sons of late kickboxing trainer receive cash aid from PSC

3 sons of late kickboxing trainer receive cash aid from PSC

3 sons of late kickboxing trainer receive cash aid from PSC

By Pigeon Lobien

The three sons of the ate kickboxing coach Manny Sanidad has received the P30,000 financial support from the Philippine Sports Commission.

His three sons received the mone from the PSC, said Highland Bozing Promotions November 18.

The money was deposited last November 17 to help the three young sons of the former Samahang Kickboxing ng Pilipinas trainer who died last October after a coronavirus disease complicated stroke.

Santig said that the money could help the three kids for their livelihood after they were orphaned with the untimely demise of Sanidad, who collapsed from his chair after training boxers at Santig’s Highland gym at Kilometer 6 in La Trinidad, Benguet.

The sons are Rommel Caluza from Naguillian, La Union, Jason Sanidad and Maiden Sanidad a senior high school student.

Santig helped source out the amount from the PSC to help the orphans of the late kickboxing trainer who had been with him since the start of the pandemic then joined him here when he went home last August.

“Malaking tulong para sa mga bata yang pera (the money will be a big help for the kids),” added Santig.

The sons of the late kickboxing trainer Manny Sanidad recently received a P30,000 cash aid from the Philippine Sports Commission.